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Wednesday's DN-- A murder mystery

Cops are on the hunt for Doc’s killer, but have no leads.

Wednesday's DN-- A murder mystery

Cops are on the hunt for Doc’s killer, but have no leads.

Landowners will know what their properties are worth on Feb. 15 and if you have an issue with your assessment here’s how to appeal.

It’s our money takes a look at City Controller candidate Brett Mandel’s new budget site that shows how taxpayer dollars are spent.

Managers of the Philadelphia International Cycling Championship owe the city big bucks.

Gov. Corbett is getting fired-up. Why now?

Jesse Tanner is a hero who risked his life in a grocery store holdup.

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